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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment in Kansas

Black tar heroin is the primary drug threat in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. About 55,000 people over the age of 12 reported illicit drug use such as heroin or cocaine. Methamphetamine is the most widely available drug and Mexican crystalized methamphetamine is the second most commonly abused form.

A total of 19,122 Kansas residents receive addiction treatment and rehabilitation services. This number comprised 67.3% of men and 32.7% of women. Over a two-year period, 968 people died from alcohol and drug-related deaths in Kansas.

Find Drug, Substance, and Alcohol Treatment in Kansas

The first rehabilitation goal is to find a clear path to meet your specific needs. Your Kansas facility should be accredited and approved irrespective of the treatment you need. Program personnel should include a trained and licensed toxicology physician and therapist. Here we list all of the best opioid rehab facilities and centers in Kansas, many with exclusive services of their own.

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Quick Facts on Kansas‘s Epidemic

See some of the following reports on drug usage and addiction in Kansas.

  • ~ 55,000 people over the age of 12 reported illicit drug use such as heroin or cocaine.
  • More than one in twenty people 12 and older abused methamphetamine in their lifetime.
  • From 2009 to 2013, heavy alcohol consumption in Kansas increased drastically.
  • Over 6% of Kansas residents have used illegal drugs within the past month.
  • In 2009, 19,122 Kansas residents receive addiction treatment and rehabilitation services.

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Four County Mental Health Center - Independence Main Office
Insurance Accepted
Four County Mental Health Center - Independence Main Office
3751 W Main St Independence, KS

Four County Mental Health Center - Independence Main Office is an accredited addiction treatment facility providing personalized care since 1964, offering private health insurance acceptance, detox services and multiple programs ranging from inpatient to outpatient.

Treatments
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
New Chance
Insurance Accepted
New Chance
2500 East Wyatt Earp Boulevard Dodge City, KS

New Chance Drug Rehab is a comprehensive treatment facility located in Dodge City, KS that specializes in providing specialized care and support services to those struggling with opioid addiction, substance abuse, alcoholism, and drug addiction, including aftercare support, drug rehab, intensive outpatient, intervention, outpatient detox and residential levels of care.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • OP
  • Intervention
  • IOP
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
Preferred Family Healthcare - Winfield
Insurance Accepted
Preferred Family Healthcare - Winfield
2720 East 12th Street Winfield, KS

Preferred Family Healthcare - Winfield is a CARF accredited Addiction Treatment Facility located in Winfield, KS that provides comprehensive treatment for those suffering from Opioid Addiction, Substance Abuse, Drug Addiction and Alcoholism as well as Dual Diagnosis with aftercare support services and private health insurance acceptance.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • PHP
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
The Guidance Center - Leavenworth
Insurance Accepted
The Guidance Center - Leavenworth
500 Limit Street Leavenworth, KS

The Guidance Center - Leavenworth is a treatment center located in Leavenworth, Kansas that offers aftercare, detox, dual-diagnosis, intensive outpatient, residential, and outpatient levels of care as well as a wide range of therapies and evidence-based treatment methods with private health insurance accepted.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
DCCCA - Women's Recovery Center
Insurance Accepted
DCCCA - Women's Recovery Center
1319 West May Street Wichita, KS

DCCCA - Women's Recovery Center in Wichita, Kansas provides accredited addiction treatment services, including drug rehab, detoxification, and mental health support, with a focus on holistic healing and individualized treatment plans for women seeking recovery from addiction and mental health issues.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • PHP
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
DCCCA - Lawrence
Insurance Accepted
DCCCA - Lawrence
1739 East 23rd Street Lawrence, KS

DCCCA in Lawrence, KS has been providing high-quality addiction treatment and drug rehab services for over 45 years, offering a variety of accreditated programs including Aftercare Support, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Intensive Outpatient and Partial-Hospitalization levels of care to meet the needs of individuals struggling with substance abuse.

Treatments
  • PHP
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Aftercare
Veridian Behavioral Health - East Campus
Insurance Accepted
Veridian Behavioral Health - East Campus
730 Holly Lane Salina, KS

Veridian Behavioral Health - East Campus provides individuals with a comprehensive approach to recovery, including aftercare support, drug rehab and levels of care ranging from outpatient to inpatient.

Treatments
  • OP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Aftercare
Mirror - Shawnee
Insurance Accepted
Mirror - Shawnee
12510 West 62nd Terrace Shawnee, KS

Mirror - Shawnee in Shawnee, Kansas is an accredited addiction treatment facility offering a range of comprehensive services for individuals struggling with addiction and substance abuse, including aftercare support, drug rehab, intensive outpatient programs, outpatient programs, residential treatment, and dual-diagnosis treatment, with a focus on holistic healing and long-term sobriety.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Aftercare
Mirror - Outpatient and Women's Residential Program
Insurance Accepted
Mirror - Outpatient and Women's Residential Program
236 South Pattie Street Wichita, KS

Mirror - Outpatient and Women's Residential Program in Wichita, Kansas provides addiction treatment services, including inpatient, outpatient, and residential care, as well as aftercare support, to individuals suffering from alcoholism, opioid addiction, substance abuse, and mental health issues since 1972, offering a range of evidence-based therapies and dedicated professionals to help women work towards their recovery goals.

Treatments
  • Residential
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Inpatient
  • Aftercare
Mirror - Kansas City
Insurance Accepted
Mirror - Kansas City
6723 State Avenue Kansas City, KS

Mirror – Kansas City is a comprehensive Addiction Treatment Facility in Kansas City, KS offering Aftercare Support, Detox, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient and Residential services as well as Sober Living/Halfway House programs and accepts Private Health Insurance.

Treatments
  • Sober Living
  • Residential
  • OP
  • IOP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare

Browse Specific Kansas Cities

Currently, there are over 458 different centers in our facility directory within the state of Kansas for people needing help with drug and alcohol addiction, please select your city below.

Kansas Cities with Most Centers

The Impact of Addiction in Kansas

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment in Kansas

For the Wizard of Oz, Kansas was the setting, but it is more than just a nation of witches and fairies. It was in Kansas that families pulled their wagons west on the Oregon and the Santa Fe trails to hunt for new homes. Forts, roads and landmarks across the country give life to this history. The State Capital is Topeka, home to the famous State Hall of Kansas and the Arts District of North Topeka.

Similar to the rest of the nation, drug and alcohol use is a serious threat in Kansas. Many residents struggle with high rates of both substance abuse as well as addiction. Approximately 42% of adults in Kansas have tried an illicit drug at some point in their lives. Similarly, 12.4% of the state population uses illegal drugs, and another 4.5% of the state population abuse alcohol in a given year. As a result, 15.16% of all deaths in Kansas between 2008 and 2017 were caused by either drugs or alcohol. This number is over 2% points above the national average for drug-and alcohol-induced deaths.

Of course, Kansas is a wonderful place to visit and stay, but it has issues with substance addiction as do all other states.

The most commonly abused drugs are opioids and methamphetamines. Nevertheless, there are many other substances that are abused as well. For example, crack cocaine is readily available, especially in major urban areas. Kansas is also a major transshipment point for drugs coming from Mexico.

Fortunately, it seems that the state has increased the total number of addiction treatment and rehabilitation centers which shows that recovery from substance abuse in Kansas is possible. Furthermore, in June of 2015, a division of the Department of Health and Human Services awarded a grant of $3.6 million to the state for a five-year project to assist in education and awareness about prescription drug misuse and underage drinking.

Worst Drugs in Kansas

  1. A report compiled by the St. Louis Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration on drug trends in the Midwest found that black tar heroin is the primary drug threat in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. About 55,000 people over the age of 12 reported illicit drug use such as heroin or cocaine. The highest prevalence of heroin use was among 9th-grade students.
  2. Cocaine is among the top abused substances in the state. In 2009, 1,364 people who smoked cocaine went to substance abuse treatment and an additional 436 went for ingesting cocaine by other means. Only 15.1% of heroin and cocaine users received treatment for their addictions in 2014.
  3. According to several sources, the largest increase in drugs cited as abused was methamphetamine. Trends showed an increase of 3% in 1992 to 25% in 2006. Methamphetamine is the most widely available drug and Mexican crystalized methamphetamine is the most prevalent form. Its purity range is consistently between 98-100%. In Kansas, more than one in twenty people aged 12 and older abused methamphetamine in their lifetime.
  4. Marijuana also belongs to the list of top offenders. Among those entering treatment in 2009, marijuana was the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in the state at 5,506. Of these admissions, 73.2% were male and 26.8% were female.
  5. Alcohol continues to be a problem for countless Kansas residents, including teens and young adults. From 2009 to 2013, heavy alcohol consumption in Kansas increased and men are more frequently heavier drinkers than women.

Impactful Addiction Stats

  1. In 2018, about 45% of the 345 drug overdose deaths involved opioids—a total of 156 fatalities.
  2. Based on America’s Health Rankings statistics, 11.6 deaths per 100,000 population in Kansas were associated with drugs (suicide, unintentional, homicide, or undetermined) in 2019.
  3. According to the same rankings, 17.10% of Kansas adults reported either binge drinking or chronic drinking every week in 2019. The 2015 Kansas Behavioral Health Profile states that individuals aged 18 to 24 engaged in heavy drinking at the highest rates.
  4. Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 26% of Kansas high school students (grades 9-12) reported to have used marijuana at least once in their lifetime.
  5. Over 35% of people who live in Kansas have used marijuana or hashish sometime in their lives.
  6. Over a 6 year period, Kansas providers lowered the number of opioid prescriptions per 100 persons from 88 to 69.8; a rate slightly higher than the national average (58.7).
  7. It is estimated that over 6% of Kansas residents have used illegal drugs within the past month.
  8. It is estimated around 8% of Kansas residents suffer from alcoholism.
  9. Within a two-year period, 968 people died from alcohol and drug-related deaths in Kansas.
  10. According to the Treatment Episode Data Set for 2009, a total of 19,122 Kansas residents receive addiction treatment and rehabilitation services. This number comprised 67.3% of men and 32.7% of women.

It’s not easy, but here’s some help

Whether you are looking for alcohol or the treatment of substance addiction in Kansas, you are in the right place. This at first seems like a daunting challenge: to figure out the program that is most detailed and specific. The right support journey can be a stressful and daunting experience for yourself or a loved one. We alleviate these barriers by working to help you find the best recovery services in Kansas. We know that making the decision sober is extremely difficult. With our supportive and caring experts, we make the rest as easy as possible. RehabNow.org will help you select the right choice for you or your beloved friend.

Health Insurance Providers Covering Drug Addiction Treatment
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas
  • Humana
  • Medica
  • Sunflower Health Plan
  • UnitedHealthcare

State Specific Hotlines & Resources

  • National Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • National Human Trafficking Resource Center: 1-888-373-7888
  • Mental Health: 913-281-2221
  • Kansas Protection Report Center: 1-800-922-5330
  • Poison Control: (888) 222-1222
  • Alanon and Alateen Family Group: https://al-anon.org/
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (go to the AA main page, click on find a meeting, follow link to state pages, click on Kansas): https://www.aa.org/
  • Narcotics Anonymous: https://www.na.org/